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    Default Peregrine Stoop

    All these nice peregrine frames motivated me to go back to my files from last spring and process a few leftover files. This is another stoop frame (believe I posted a different file at some point), the juvie peregrine was really hauling a** here!


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    1DX II 600 II. ISO 800. F/4 at 1/3200 sec. hand held. processed with DPP 4.6. Hope you like it
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    Arash, sweet shot, love the open mouth, nice wing position, HA, and BG.

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    Got to be about perfect,bird looks spot on and that bg is superb.

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    Amazing how you guys get Beautiful birds in flight shots..

    Thank you for sharing.
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    Another perfect banking shot. Love the details and those fresh feather edgings. Pose and background are as good as it gets. I keep shots like this in mind when going to the cliffs and having something to strive for.

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    Outstanding Arash, the whole colour palette works seamlessly - from subject to BKG, excellent work.

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    wonderful Arash, pose, open screaming out is cool! Love the colors throughout, great skill!

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    You guys are killing me with these Peregrine shots. Another dynamic beauty.

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    Thank you all.

    Issac this is actually not a banking shot it's a stoop when they fold their wings to gain speed

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    Have to echo bill here -- so envious of all these amazing falcon shots and this one is really something special. I'm hoping to try my luck at getting some frames of these guys this summer

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    Fantastic shot.

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    Iq, detail, focus, bg - awesome capture.

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    Killer shot love the head angle pose and composition well done.

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    wowww..... exellent flight shot

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    I remember this one. One of my favorite Peregrine flight images of yours. The stooping pose and the open beak really add drama to the image and the killer BG colors showcase this juvie so well. I like the vertical comp that you posted last year better but this looks great too. Print that one!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Salem View Post
    I remember this one. One of my favorite Peregrine flight images of yours. The stooping pose and the open beak really add drama to the image and the killer BG colors showcase this juvie so well. I like the vertical comp that you posted last year better but this looks great too. Print that one!!

    Thanks Dave, this is a different frame. the other one had more open wings so I chose a vertical but this one is more folded so I went with the pano

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    Outstanding capture!
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    I missed that one, you did a great job everything right on.

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